Engagement matters

On an ongoing basis, organizations receive feedback in a variety of ways.

From engagement surveys, events, webinars, and forums, to advisory panels, employee resource groups or customer satisfaction surveys, inviting input from customers, employees, and other key stakeholders – and acting on that input – makes a difference. In fact, it can represent the difference between success and failure.


Employee-driven workplace programs and consistent management approaches to social issues help employees find and maintain a sense of purpose, belonging, and unity.


Employee and executive engagement in community service drives learning and leadership while community engagement in organization affairs drives stronger outcomes.


Stakeholder input and feedback can elicit important feedback, drive interest, secure support and ensure the success of important initiatives, from permitting to product launches.